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Old 08-23-2019, 07:48 AM   #2
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From Dragan Pavlovic

What concerns the first, in all five secondary biographies of Alexander the Great (Arrian, Plutarch, Justinus, Curtius Ruffus and Diodorus) Macedonians and Hellenes are described as two distinct and to an important extent, antagonistic entities. There, Macedonian supremacy is apparently evident. Not because they imposed themselves just militarily, but because through the state organizations and through other forms of state administration and social institutions, they made those states keep Macedonian impact. In spite of clear intention of Allexander to create one very much different world of brotherhood and unity. His world probably was not such.
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